Netanyahu struck a defiant tone on Monday.
Senators are pressuring the administration to provide arms to Ukraine.
"Does Iran have a political will and a desire to get a deal done?" the president asked.
“House of Cards” is coming to Havana.
There is a very real risk that Greece might be forced out of the euro well before year-end.
"They are not gone yet," Nasser Judeh warned, however.
The Texas senator called on the U.S. to ship weapons to Ukraine's military.
“I certainly wouldn’t hold the United States responsible," John Negroponte said.
Vice president accuses Russian leader of "repression" and "contempt."
Officials allege the suspects sent money and firearms to a fighter in Syria.
The vice president questioned Russia's commitment to peace.
Leaders of the House Foreign Affairs Committee offered the bill in light of the Sony Pictures hack.
The two House Democrats said their bill would help start a policy discussion about how to prevent...
The Israeli prime minister faces mounting criticism from Democrats.
Democrats face a difficult decision on whether to attend the address.
The administration has clashed with Beijing over human rights and trade.
The secretary of State suggested that such a move would be "impossible."
“I don’t believe right now we need American boots on the ground," he said.
Secretary of State John Kerry said political interference is unacceptable.
Lawmakers are pressuring the administration to arm Ukraine.
Boehner says speech will move forward, but Biden isn't going to show up.
His office said he will be traveling abroad on March 3.
The militant group said no ISIS fighters were killed in the Jordanian strikes.
The ruling is the first time the U.K. legal tribunal has ruled against a spy agency.